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If you’ve ever been to a developing country, you know how much the experience changes you. I traveled to Haiti during college for mission work and it affected me so deeply that I still carry it with me every day and it is a huge part of why I opened my Etsy shop and started writing this blog. I will go in to detail about that some other time, but here is a photo of me with some of the kids in Haiti. Check out the Mortel Foundation if you want to learn about one of my favorite organizations!
|Our meal at Santorini’s, burrata, tzatziki, and caprese salad|
|Very strong, delicious Tej, mead/honey wine brewed at the Tej house|
|Loom at Salem’s, a small handmade market selling high quality goods in Addis Ababa.
You can watch the artisans working while you shop!
|Monolithic rock cut churches in Lalibela|
|Pilgrims…the mother was not wearing shoes.|
|When the little girl caught me taking a photograph.|
|Queen of Sheba’s Bath|